Alkanes are saturated hydrocarbons. Saturated means that the hydrocarbon has only single bonds and that the hydrocarbon contains the maximum number of hydrogen atoms for each carbon atom. Unsaturated hydrocarbons contain multiple bonding and contain less than the maximum number of hydrogens per carbon.
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- Why alkanes are called as paraffin?
- Why alkanes are having little affinity towards oxidizing and reducing agent?
- Why they have zero dipole moment
- What are the two main sources of alkane?
- Which gas is known as marsh gas or fire damp?
- Constituents of LPG
- Shape, bond angle and hybridization
- Length of C-C and C-H sigma bonds
- How many types of isomerism shown by saturated hydrocarbon?
- What is the difference between natural wax (petroleum wax) and bee wax?
- Name of the reaction by which saturated hydrocarbon can be prepared from unsaturated hydrocarbons
- · Sabatier Sanderson's reaction:
a- product formation
b- weather this reaction is endothermic or exothermic
- Why alkanes are always lighter than air?
- Why alkanes are insoluble in water?
- Boiling points
- What types of reactions are possible on alkane like addition reaction, elimination reaction and free radical reaction?
- What are the common initiators and inhibitors in free radical reaction?
- Chemical name / formula of artificial camphor and how it will prepare from ethane?
- Iodination of alkane is reversible or irreversible reaction
- Reagents name which are used to make the Iodination of alkane reversible
- What will be the product if chlorination of methane is done in direct sun light?
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